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Category Archives: Family Law

Family Law
How to talk to your kids about divorce

Divorce can be difficult to deal with, no matter who you are. Whether your marriage was long or short, getting a divorce can take a big toll on your emotions. This can be especially true if you have children. The upside is, though, that there…

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The challenge for LGBT couples adopting

For obvious reasons, gay couples often adopt. There is absolutely no reason why they cannot make fantastic parents to any child. That said, homosexual partners often encounter more trouble during the process than straight adoptive parents may. It is helpful for these couples to have…

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Identifying parental alienation amid divorce

When your North Carolina marriage ends, you and your ex may both have hurt feelings. You may work hard to avoid badmouthing or disparaging your ex in front of your shared child, but your former partner may not do the same. Sometimes, another parent’s actions…

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What is effective co-parenting?

In previous times, it was held that in the event of a divorce young children were better off in the primary care of their mother.This is no longer the case in the modern court. In fact, the general modern consensus is that children are better…

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